In this brand-new part-time position, Kim will be transforming the way Harvest House takes in items donated by our very generous community and distributes them directly to our programs and clients in need. Kim has been a dedicated volunteer with Harvest House since recovering from alcoholism with the help of the Freedom program in 2013.
While working on her recovery with Jim Rouches, Director of Addiction & Veteran Services, Kim found that her personal key to staying sober is giving back. Since 2013, she has volunteered weekly at the Harvest Food Pantry, helping to feed 400+ households every week. Through her work as a professional home organizer, she has also taken tens of thousands of donations from local businesses and redistributed these items to clients working hard to regain stability. This access to high-quality clothing, accessory, and household items helps to establish and restore dignity, which is especially essential on the road to recovery.
Kim also regularly coordinates meaningful experiences for clients in recovery including sober-parties, bra-fittings, and formal dinners. She knows the needs of our recovery community and goes above and beyond to meet them, without anyone ever asking.
In this new role, Kim will coordinate the procurement and distribution of in-kind donations for Harvest House clients including families, young adults, veterans, and single adults experiencing homelessness or working on substance abuse recovery.
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